Clare M. Lopez
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FBI Edits Radical Islam Out of Anti-Terror Video Game
Who Is the Real 'Puppet'?

March 2, 2016  •  FrontPageMagazine.com

The FBI has released a new edition of its anti-terror video game, Don't Be a Puppet, that conforms to demands from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to exclude Islamic jihad from a list of potential terror threats.

In the game, a player is asked to work through a series of numbered boxes, beginning with "What is Violent Extremism?" and finishing with "Who [sic] Do Violent Extremists Affect?" Completing the activities in each box — watching short videos, reading through short texts, taking a quick quiz — allows the player, string-by-string, to free the puppet.

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A Counterjihad Security Architecture for America

February 25, 2016

For far too long, United States foreign policy, especially in the critical region of the Middle East and North Africa, has been pursued with apparent scant attention, much less priority, given to core, compelling U.S. national security objectives in the fight to defeat the Global Jihad Movement. This paper, therefore, offers a blueprint for a counterjihad security architecture for America that identifies those objectives and outlines the measures necessary to provide for the common defense of our Constitution, Republic, and society in this existential struggle of our time.

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Connecting the dots to the Texas gunmen

May 5, 2015  •  The Washington Times

Both gunmen identified in the May 3 attack against the "Draw Muhammad" event at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, attended the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix, according to news reports. Elton Simpson and his roommate, Nadir Soofi, both were known to mosque leadership dating from 2006, although Usama Shami, chairman of the mosque's board of trustees, claimed they stopped attending recently.

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How the Iran lobby sidetracked the nuclear talks: part 2

April 16, 2015  •  The Washington Times

In the previous article, we saw how the Iranian regime's panic over the 2002 outing of its theretofore clandestine nuclear weapons program drove its subsequent decisions about how to deal with the publicity and mollify, or at least occupy, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and the United States (U.S.).

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How the Iran lobby sidetracked the nuclear talks

April 15, 2015  •  The Washington Times

The Obama administration spin narrative about what a great success nuclear negotiations with Iran are was already coming unglued the day after the April Fool's Day 'framework' was announced. Mr. Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry, and their advisors were trying desperately to portray the endless succession of contentious talks between the P5+1 and Iran as a great success even as the Iranians spoiled all the fun by essentially calling the Americans out as liars, and declaring that what they called "the U.S. version" was "not acceptable to Iran."

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